Brunch—like twilight, sporks, skorts, friends with benefits, and so many other things that make life worth living—is not quite one thing and not quite another. Celebrate everyone's favorite mutant mealtime with today’s Groupon: for $15, you get $30 worth of elegant brunch fare at The Place at Perry's, and if you come on Saturday receive two complimentary sides with your brunch. Brunch is served from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. every Saturday and Sunday.
After licking each listing on the brunch menu to see which tastes best, signal the waiter and order the real thing. Plunge maw-first into The Place's deluxe benedict, two grilled artichoke bottoms topped with crab and a poached egg and smothered in crawfish hollandaise ($20), or veer left and impact against the pillowy bounce of a wild-mushroom omelette with brie and warm applesauce ($12). Feast upon the hearty Fort Worth–style steak and eggs—a fried rib eye crowned with two fried eggs and creamy gravy ($16)—a potent combination capable of curing the hangover of a Tyrannosaurus rex. Keep it sweeter and simpler with strawberry and banana crêpes ($10) or a classic bowl of the best seasonal fruit ($8).
Family owned with deep connections in the Dallas brunching and philanthropic communities, the Place at Perry's is also one of the only restaurants in Dallas that exclusively serves primo naturally raised Niman Ranch meat. The attentive staff encourages its diners to luxuriate in the drawn-out Sunday afternoon-ness of it all and customize their orders to their liking, topping their pork chop with a steak or merely ordering a béarnaise-sauce chocolate-ice-cream float to start the day right.
The Dallas Morning News gave The Place at Perry’s a four-star review and also named the restaurant one of the Best Steakhouses in Dallas-Fort Worth. D Magazine named The Place at Perry's filet sliders the Best Bite-Size Burgers of 2007. Zagat gives the restaurant's food a rating of 26. More than 170 OpenTable reviewers give it an average of 4.2 stars, and Yelpers give it an average of four stars.
- Order a steak medium-rare, and the waiter will explain that at Perry's, er, The Place at Perry's, that means a cool red center. If you're like me and dream of one that's between rare and medium-rare, that's perfect; and every steak was cooked exactly right on both visits. – Leslie Brenner, Dallas Morning News
- I've always had nothing but excellent service every time we've been, whether it's from the bartender or a server. – Nikki B., Yelp